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Hey Guys,
New to fishing in the Duluth area. Was curious if anyone could give me some advice on places to go?

Any help is appreciated!

Thanks guys!

Posted on: 2016/1/3 21:28
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Re: New to the Area
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You hit a gold mine as far as fishing. Lot's of places to go. Boulder, Rice, Fish, and Island lakes right outside of Duluth for example. Call Chalstroms at 218-726-0092 . They are helpful folks and sell good bait. They know what's biting and where. So many places and different species in the area. Trout streams along the northshore as well as inland stream trout lakes. St. Louis River and the Harbor area. When ice conditions are safe you will see folks fishing off of park point by the landing for walleyes also. good luck.

Posted on: 2016/1/4 9:24
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Re: New to the Area
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fish lake, pontoon bay, your almost guaranteed to land some fish

Posted on: 2016/1/5 18:55
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Re: New to the Area
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Thanks guys!

My roommate and myself have gone out to fish lake, right out from the damn a couple times. Real small perch and walleyes, and a couple nice crappies. Pretty slow though. Might have to try pontoon bay out next time we go there.

Curious if anyone could point me in the right direction for Lake Trout lakes. That's something I've yet to do, but seems like its some pretty fun fishing!

Thanks again guys!

Posted on: 2016/1/18 11:48
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Re: New to the Area
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Burntside Lake in Ely is a good bet for lakers. Otherwise, there are several lakes along the gunflint trail in Grand Marais.

Posted on: 2016/1/18 19:08
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Re: New to the Area
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Aulanoue wrote:

Curious if anyone could point me in the right direction for Lake Trout


....I'd try the big f****** lake on the east end of town.... 🤔

Posted on: 2016/1/18 22:39
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Re: New to the Area
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ChrisWallace wrote:
Quote:

Aulanoue wrote:

Curious if anyone could point me in the right direction for Lake Trout


....I'd try the big f****** lake on the east end of town.... 🤔


If you could manufacture some ice over there that is where I would be

Posted on: 2016/1/20 21:41
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